5-Axis Machines
Make any shop run more efficiently, regardless of size or production, with Okuma’s powerful and versatile 5-axis machines. Working on a 5-axis machine minimizes setups, allows for faster cycle time, produces less scrap, and increases spindle up time, giving your shop the ability to open its possibilities.
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multus b250ii.
Increase uptime on your Okuma machines through automated processes with our automation solutions. These automation solutions, like our MULTUS B250II with built-in ARMROID, feature easy-to-use interfaces that allow you to increase efficiency easily and in a streamlined manner.
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Connect. Visualize. Improve. With Okuma’s Connect Plan, gain visibility of your plant floor that will help you optimize machine operations and discover actionable insights for increased profitability.
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预览在单台机器上连接计划,只需从Okuma App Store中快速下载。查看Visual Graph格式的运行历史和生产率,请参阅带有Live Links的警报历史记录,符合易于阅读的显示屏。
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Bring Us Your Best Quote
Send us another company’s quote on your horizontal or vertical machining center's spindle cartridge repair - if we can’t be competitive, we’ll give you a $50 VISA gift card.
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保持它的过滤器10%的折扣!
您的机器组件非常重要的是接收正确的清洁空气量,以便将污垢,灰尘和碎屑带出这些组件,这使您可以提高效率和部件寿命。
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okuma.Machinist's Handbook
Discover helpful resources and tips from Okuma, made for your shop floor.
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Shop Matters Podcast | Sponsored by Okuma America
A podcast designed to talk about the world of machining and manufacturing with your host, Wade Anderson.
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Shop Matters

A podcast designed to talk about the world of machining and manufacturing with your host, Wade Anderson.




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ABOUT YOUR HOST:

韦德ANDERSON


Wade Anderson is a machinist by trade who started programming machine tools in 1992. His early years were spent working for companies machining large, heavy equipment components. Wade became an applications engineer for a machine tool builder, where he spent eleven years developing super abrasive aerospace and medical processes with an emphasis on five-axis grinding. He did a lot of 5-axis programming and machine tool troubleshooting—even building machine tools from the ground up.

Wade joined Okuma America Corporation in 2005 as an applications engineer and moved from there to inside sales, sales engineer, regional manager. He was recently promoted to Product Specialist Sales Manager and Tech Centers Manager, where his diverse background enables him to help Okuma’s distributors and end users go beyond their manufacturing challenges. Wade began hosting Shop Matters in 2019 as a means to discuss machining and manufacturing with the brightest minds in the industry.

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